Presentations

Connecting the Dots: Moving Harvard to the Cloud, Enterprise Architecture, and ITCRB Update Wednesday, December 7, 2016:

Moving Harvard to the Cloud

At the most recent Connecting the Dots event, Jason Snyder, Chief Technology Officer, and Erica Bradshaw, Director of Enterprise Engineering, shared the new vision and plan with representatives from HUIT and the larger Harvard Community.

In response to a changing landscape, increasing financial pressures, and the need for better DR, the Cloud Program now has the goal to make it easy for the Harvard Community to realize the transformative benefits of the Cloud through enabling adoption and providing common services that are secure,… Read more about Connecting the Dots: Moving Harvard to the Cloud, Enterprise Architecture, and ITCRB Update

The Football Players Health Study (FPHS) at Harvard – Informatics Platform, at Harvard IT Summit, Tuesday, June 14, 2016

The FPHS is a long running research study including many different research protocols. The study includes former NFL football players as the key subjects. In this presentation, we will describe the scope of research, the variety of data collection methods, and the security controls being put in place in our partnership with the HMS IT team. More information about the study as a whole can be found athttps://footballplayershealth.harvard.edu/.

Harvard Phone Next Generation Communications, at Harvard IT Summit, Thursday, June 2, 2016

Harvard Phone is a new service that lets you decide where you make and take calls at Harvard. Whether it’s a landline, your laptop, or your mobile phone, you have one Harvard number for all your devices. Come visit the Harvard Phone booth to see and experience the next generation phones and capabilities through live demonstrations. Visit phone.harvard.edu for more information on Harvard Phone.

Rubrics and Peer-Review in Canvas: Examples from FAS and HKS, at Harvard IT Summit, Thursday, June 2, 2016

The University-wide adoption of Canvas at Harvard has enabled pedagogical innovations spanning schools and a variety of educational settings. This presentation will describe how two advanced features, rubrics and peer-review, have been used in residential courses in FAS and HKS, as well as in an online continuing education course offered through the Center for International Development at HKS. Findings and lessons learned will be discussed.

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